March 12, 2018 at 5:31 pm #172238
Đan Thư KatharineParticipant
The only way to improve the safety of our roads is to give much stricter
punishments on driving offenses. Do you agree or disagree?
Nowadays the more society developed, the more crowded cities become. As a
result, traffic turns out to be one of the most serious problems at many
urban areas. While some argue that there are many solutions for this
question, I believe that promulgate heavier traffic laws would be the best
choice to make the roads safer.
People always find it easier to get into orders and disciplines with the
force of laws, as they are always afraid of the punishments for doing
against the laws. It is evident that the harder the punishment are, the
more people would follow the rules while the are on the road. In developed
countries, the fine for driving against the laws is much stricter than that
of underdeveloped and developing countries, which are facing with the
increase in accidents rate everyday.
On the other hand, the fine for driving against traffic laws can be used
for many purposes which may be beneficial for those who usually use the
traffic. The fee which is paid by the citizens to build the roads can
decline by using those fine instead. With those who often use the traffic,
this can help them save up a huge amount of money and feel more comfortable
that people who always follow the rules are awarded for their good
In conclusion, although some claim that increasing the punishment for
breaking the traffic rules are unnecessary and inhumane, I believe that the
most beneficial and fastest way to improve the safety of traffic in urban
areas which attract migrant workers worldwide.
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